Tuong An donates cooking oil to workers to ease pandemic burden

Monday, Apr 13, 2020 17:06

Tuong An Vegetable Oil Joint Stock Company gives supports to a workers of industrial parks. — VNS Photo

Cooking oil producer Tuong An Vegetable Oil Joint Stock Company has donated 30,000 oil products worth VND1 billion to workers at industrial zones in HCM City and Ha Noi who are badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic through the Viet Nam Fatherland Front.

It is part of a company programme to join hands in the fight against the pandemic.

Tuong An said the company has tried its best to make products that help improve users’ health and thus resistance to infection.

Nguyen Thi Hanh, its chairwoman, said Tuong An supplemented its cooking oil products with vitamins for this purpose.

Tuong An is always ready to join hands with the Government and other companies in the fight against the pandemic, she said.

The company has taken stringent internal measures for safety, and requires all its workers to make health declarations and equips them with face masks and hand sanitisers. It also allowed employees to work from home to implement social distancing.

As a major player in the country’s cooking oil industry with over 42 years of operations, the company focuses on ensuring adequate supply for production, optimising inventory and ensuring sufficient stocks at steady prices to meet consumers’ essential needs.

TAC assesses the market reactions to the impact of the pandemic from time to time to quickly calculate demand, and supplies nutritionally pure products to improve consumers’ health and immunity.

As a result, it achieved net revenues of VND1.043 trillion (US$44.5 million) and pre-tax profits of VND37 billion ($1.6 million) in the first quarter of the year, representing growth rates of 23.5 per cent and 22.5 per cent. — VNS 

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